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Venture Capital Law in China by Lin Lin, Cambridge University Press, 2021. 356 pp. Hardcover: £ 85.00

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  03 August 2021

Li Guo*
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Peking University Law School
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1 See Lerner, Josh, Boulevard of Broken Dreams: Why Public Efforts to Boost Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Have Failed – And What to Do About It (Princeton University Press 2009) ch 3CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

2 Pitchbook Data, ‘China Became Second Largest Venture Capital Market by Total Capital Invested in 2018, According to PitchBook Report’ (Pitchbook, 19 Mar 2019) <https://pitchbook.com/media/press-releases/china-became-second-largest-venture-capital-market-by-total-capital-invested-in-2018-according-to-pitchbook-report> accessed 4 Jun 2021.

3 Gilson, Ronald J, ‘Engineering a venture capital market: lessons from the American experience’ (2003) 55 Stanford Law Review 1067–1103Google Scholar.

4 Eberle, Edward J, ‘The method and role of comparative law’ (2009) 8 Washington University Global Studies Law Review 451, 452Google Scholar.

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6 Alison Tudor-Ackroyd, ‘China venture capital deal-making shows green shoots of recovery as funds hunt for bargains among coronavirus hit start-ups’ South China Morning Post (9 Apr 2020) <www.scmp.com/business/banking-finance/article/3079271/china-venture-capital-deal-making-shows-green-shoots> accessed 25 May 2021.

7 James Thorne, ‘China's VC industry bounces back after coronavirus-induced winter’ (Pitchbook, 2 Apr 2020) <https://pitchbook.com/news/articles/chinas-vc-industry-bounces-back-after-coronavirus-induced-winter> accessed 25 May 2021.

8 Mercedes Ruehl and Ryan McMorrow, ‘China's venture capital funding rallies after coronavirus lockdown’ The Financial Times (14 Apr 2020) <www.ft.com/content/60359c79-0161-46e2-bed5-a30d372834b7> accessed 25 May 2021.

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